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ProMag, S&W Shield Magazine Eight Rounds, 9mm Luger, Blued, Steel

SMI 27
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An 8 round magazine for the Smith & WessonShield in 9mm. Constructed from heat-treated blued-steel, components molded from our proprietary TECHNAPOLYMER and our anti-fatigue spring, so you can keep the magazine loaded and ready for up to six years without concern.

Features and Specifications:
Manufacturer Number: SMI 27
Caliber: 9mm Luger
Capacity: Eight Rounds
Material: Heat Treated Steel
Technapolymer Base Plate And Follower
Anti-Fatigue Spring
Finish: Blued

S&W Shield 9mm Luger Platforms


Item#: MAG-428-160
Total number of Reviews: 7

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2.0 5
"They look very good and the two that I purchased for my M&P9(17 rd.) worked very well.However the two that I purchased for my Shield are very very hard to load. Darn near broke my thumbs trying to get just 5 rounds in each one. Wrong spring ???"
4.0 5
"Concur with last reviewer. Rounds are hard to load; however, for the price I can overlook it. I do not see going past 2 magazines in a close in CQB, hence a lot of target shooting is not required. The SW shield weapon is a close in shot, then you go to your combat weapon. Good price"
4.0 5
"To the 2 previous commenters. Had the same problem with hard to load mags. My advice is to load them fully and leave them loaded for several days. This will loosen the spring tension making for easier loading in the furture."
5.0 5
"To Prior Commentors: Spring steel, like the kind used in this magazine, holds tensile strength when compressed. The only way to relieve this spring strength is to both compress and decompress this spring. This means that loading your mag and leaving it loaded for a few days isn't necessarily going to relieve much, if any tensile strength, which means it won't be any easier to load. The only way to relieve tensile strength and make these mags easier to load is to load shoot them habitually."
1.0 5
"I ordered a total of3 magazines. Out of the 3 one was a poor fit. Contacted ProMag and they replaced the one. To make a long story short, I went through a total of five magazines. 3of them were a poor fit, and I am still waiting to get a replacement that works. I have to pull the magazine out of the pistol,and have problems loading 8 rounds. I I've not received a callback from them and waiting for them to resolve the problem. I can't have a magazine stick in a backup pistols."
2.0 5
"Received a magazine that does not eject freely. It gets stuck when ejecting when it's empty. I also bought a 7 round magazine from the same brand and it works fine. I'm chalking this up to manufacturer's defect."
3.0 5
"Magazine is functional, holds all 8 rounds fine, but once every 10 magazines or so the slide will not lock back after the last round. I have not had this problem on either of my S&W factory magazines. It is easier to load than the factory mags, I suspect a weaker spring is the culprit. Other than the slide-lock issue they work fine."